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Reflection on digestion A project that brings together research, writing, performance, and bookmaking.
Alarm! French Cock  
Ashley Howard Ritual and Setting Essays by Magdalene A N Odundo and Simon Olding on a ceramics exhibition
Alpha of the plough; selected essays Essays by the British Journalist & Author, Alfred Gardiner. Illustrated with wood-engravings by Barbara Huart, and printed by Medway School of Art & Crafts, 1940
An Ancient Craft Notes on making hand-made paper, originally published in The Artist, reproduced and printed by students of Maidstone School of Art & Crafts, 1945
Antigone One of the three Theban Plays by Sophocles, about Antigone, the daughter of Oedipus, printed by students of Maidstone College of Art, 1954
Areopagitica A speech for the liberty of unlicensed printing given to Parliament in 1644, by John Milton, newly imprinted in the typography department of the Maidstone School of Art and Crafts, 1944
Aspiration Aspiration is a series of photographs taken of ornamental interiors of Indian rickshaws, created by the artist Niccolo Fano, and self published using Blurb, 2009
The Assistant Text and images by Sammi Izri trace memories and details of an assistant to a group of international scientists, working to collect a range of ice samples at varying depths in Antartica.
Barron and Larcher Phyllis Barron 1890-1964. Dorothy Larcher 1884-1952. A record of their block-printed textiles.
Barron and Larcher. Volume 2 Phyllis Barron 1890-1964. Dorothy Larcher 1884-1952. A record of their block-printed textiles.
John Baskerville Volume 1 A biography of the Birmingham printer, by William Bennett, and printed by the City of Birmingham School of Printing, Central School of Arts & Crafts, Margaret Street, 1937
John Baskerville Volume 2 A biography of the Birmingham printer, by William Bennett and printed by the City of Birmingham School of Printing, Central School of Arts & Crafts, Margaret Street, 1939
The Mabinogion: Branwen, Daughter of Llyr This edition of the second story of the Mabinogi was translated by Gwyn and Thomas Jones. Designed and printed at Maidstone College of Art, Faith Street, 1953
Sunny Brighton An extract from the ‘Open Air’ by the English nature writer, Richard Jefferies. Illustrated by D F Miles and designed & printed by students at the Medway College of Art, Rochester, 1954
Commemorative Brochure 1894 - 1970 Designed and produced in the Kent School of Printing, Maidstone College of Art for the official opening July, 1970
Cave Drawings of the Palaeolithic Age A paper witten by Glyn Daniel, designed and printed as a student exercise in the School of Printing, Maidstone College of Art.
In Country Places Extracts from the book by Eiluned Lewis, designed and illustrated by Helen Coope, a student of the National Diploma in Design, Book Production Course, Maidstone College of Art, 1961
Crossing Alba Published to accompany a multi-facetted installation by four artists, inspired by two voyages made across Scotland in 2010
Visibility Matters Celebrating The ‘L’ in LGBT Promoting a positive portrayal of gay women and works on different levels
121 Days In 121 days, Elaine Seyd uses photography to explore the universal suffering of maternal loss, through her own personal experience. 2008
Eugene Delacroix Some journals and letters of the French Romantic artist, written between 1821-1860. Produced by LCC Central School of Art & Crafts and Medway School of Art & Crafts, 1940
Didot; An honoured name in french typography. Abridged text of the University Extension lecture given in November 1955, produced and printed in the School of Printing, Maidstone College of Art 1965-66
Dirty Dishes Magazine Daily dishes magazine is a one-off publication exploring the banality of daily dishwashing, featuring images from Doktor Notaw’s time spent working as a dishwasher in Denmark
Disturbances on a grid  
Tributes to Edward Johnston A compilation of the tributes made to the calligrapher at a meeting of the Society of Scribes and Illuminators, 1945. Printed at the Maidstone College of Art, 1948
Empire State Building A series of postcards by Emmanuelle Waeckerle, as a response to tourists turning away from the views of this landmark building, facing inwards to the camera for their snapshots
Exhibit Volume 1 Volume 1 of 3 smalls books each containing a series of black and white photographs by Oliver Poddar, UCA Graduate 2010. Poddar is part of the Wandering Bears photography collective.
Exhibit Volume 2 Volume 2 of 3 smalls books each containing a series of black and white photographs by Oliver Poddar, UCA Graduate 2010. Poddar is part of the Wandering Bears photography collective.
Exhibit Volume 3 Volume 3 of 3 smalls books each containing a series of black and white photographs by Oliver Poddar, UCA Graduate 2010. Poddar is part of the Wandering Bears photography collective.
Eye-sore: Disconnected Verses Written and illustrated with wood engravings by first year illustration students at Kent Institute of Art and Design, Maidstone College, 1991
Fait accompli part 2 Fait Accompli is a series of works that look at the photographic medium and queries the long standing assumption that photography is accurate.
Fait accompli part 1 Fait Accompli is a series of works that look at the photographic medium and queries the long standing assumption that photography is accurate
Fait accompli part 3 Fait Accompli is a series of works that look at the photographic medium and queries the long standing assumption that photography is accurate.
Facing Rikka Kassinen uses performance and photography to explore the 'mask' and the unconscious. This monograph contains images and detailed descriptions of the masks used in her performances. 2005
Full Circle Exhibition Catalogue The thrown ceramics of Ashley Howard and Martin Lungley, essays by Alison Britton and Emmanuel Cooper
Filling The Gaps Carla-Marie Varney’s personal exploration into the life of her father, Keith, with whom she had a distant relationship. Keith died of cancer in 2006. Artist’s book published 2009
A History of Firearms Written and illustrated by John A. Knapp-Fisher, who assisted in the production of the book with trade students of the Department of Printing, Maidstone School of Art, 1952
Five verses These verses by Adele Gryparis were privately printed in the Typography Department of the Medway School of Art and Crafts, 1946
Flutter  
The Gaffer's Masterpiece Taken from “A Peakland Faggot” (1926) by the English novelist, R M Murray Gilchrist. Designed and printed with added wood engravings, at the Medway School of Art & Crafts, 1936
Everything in the Garden is Perfect 2  
Gesta Typographica A Selection from "A Medley of Printers" and others, collected by Chas. T. Jacobi. First published in 1897 and reproduced by Printing students at Maidstone College of Art, 1964-5
Great names in the history of typography 1397-1896 Privately Printed at Tunbridge Wells School of Art and Crafts, 1951-52
Guildford School of Art student protest Records of the Guildford School of Art student sit in protest of 1968, over the quality of art teaching
Hayes To Farnham - Thirty Car Dealerships A photographic journey of car showrooms as the landmarks along the route taken by the author, Laura Jones, between Hayes and Farnham.
Heathrow Christian Nolle presents soft monochrome images interspersed between sharply rendered colour photos of Heathrow's perimeter area. 2004
His Wife An illustrated edition of the short story by Guy de Maupassant, designed and produced in the Department of Printing, Maidstone College of Art, 1950
The Ice Is Getting Thinner The Swedish photographer, Bim Hjortronsteen, uses photography to explore concepts of nostalgia, belonging and transition during a journey back to his home country. 2011
Inutilis Herba  
Index Published as a concertina book by Pedro Vicente, exploring changes to his physical and psychological state, through taking photograms of his head. 2005
I only want what I can't have Mark Bellingham’s book explores ideas based on the theme of loss after the death of his mother and the end of a personal relationship. 2011
Protest against forming Kent Institute of Art and Design, 1980s Drawing protest in London by students of Canterbury, Rochester and Maidstone against the Kent Institute of Art and Design
Jungle Fever  
Laugerhaus Rubbings A book by Emmanuelle Waeckerle containing 42 digital rubbings, cataloguing the textures encountered during her artist's residency in Neufelden, Austria. 2006
A Voyage to Lilliput Extract from the novel by Jonathan Swift. Illustrated with wood-engravings by Sheila Osbourn, and produced by students at Medway School of Art & Crafts, 1947
Loopy and Loo: a story for children A children's story, written by Lydia M Pickering with lino-cuts by Miniie Sutton. Privately printed at Tunbridge Wells School of Art and Crafts, 1945
Lying Still - Portraits of 'The Other Woman' A book by Natasha Caruana charting the experiences of woman who had affairs with married men, 2005. The artist added audio to this digital edition, 2012
Maidstone Prospectus, Women's Crafts 1958-1959 Maidstone College of Art Prospectus, that looks at women's crafts taught in 1958-1959
Maidstone College of Art Student Union Prospectus Statements 1968-1980s Prospectus statements about the Student Union at Maidstone from 1968 to the 1980s
Medieval Locks and Keys Written designed and illustrated by Drummond J. Chapman, and produced by industrial apprentices of the Department of Printing, Maidstone College of Art, 1956
Medway College of Design Student Union and Student Association Statements, 1961-1980 Student Union and Student Association Statements from the Medway College of Design 1961-1980
The lay of the last minstrel The poem by Sir Walter Scott, printed by students of the Letterpress Machine Classes, Medway School of Art & Crafts, Rochester, 1946
Moronic  
My Mother's Cupboard and My Father's Words Anna Fox’s autobiographical work comprising miniature colour photographs of a series of neatly ordered cupboards and bits of angry conversation. 2000
Material Symphysis A collaboration between The University for the Creative Arts and Tokyo University of the Arts.
Mum In A Million A book of images by Anna Fox created after a commission she did with other artists around a tower block in Liverpool that was due to be demolished. 2007
Of Gardens A highly influential essay on garden design, written by Frances Bacon in 1625 with illustrations by Elizabeth Hammond. Privately printed at the Maidstone School of Art & Crafts, 1946
Perfect Day A Project by Helen Maynard, emulating the format of a glossy wedding magazine, and raising questions about the average cost of weddings, and our obsession with the perfect day. 2005
Photography & Memory This book published by David Rule in 2006, looking at the conflation of photography and memory. The artist added audio & video to this online edition, 2012
Stories An artist’s publciation by David Rule, originally 10 sheets of paper, each folded into thirds to make a booklet containing a selection of short reminiscences by a variety of individuals. 2010
Planning maps of England and Wales Volume 1 A selection of planning maps of England and Wales in 1974.
Poems of Youth Extract from the novel by Jonathan Swift. Illustrated with wood-engravings by Sheila Osbourn, and produced by students at Medway School of Art & Crafts, 1947
Jungle Fever  
Powderless etching A booklet on this method of process engraving. Designed, composed and printed by students at Maidstone College of Art, School of Printing, 1963
Principles and Theories of Space-time Manipulation: Volume 1 First in a series of 3 artists’ booklets by Luke Norman and Nik Adam, comprising text and black & white photographs. 2010
Principles and Theories of Space-time Manipulation: Volume 2 Second in a series of 3 artists’ booklets by Luke Norman and Nik Adam, comprising text and black & white photographs. 2010
Principles and Theories of Space-time Manipulation: Volume 3 Third in a series of 3 artists’ booklets by Luke Norman and Nik Adam, comprising text and black & white photographs. 2010
On being a Printer An address given by Charles Batey, at a Prize giving in 1949, at the Medway College of Art. Produced as a student exercise in the Department of Printmaking, Rochester, 1952
Printing Considered as an Industrial Art Written in 1926 by J H Mason and revised with a note on design for students. Privately printed in the Typography Department, Medway College of Art, 1949
Printing for Pleasure and Profit in France A lecture by Charles Rosner, given at Reading Technical College, during Anglo-French Week, 1955. Privately printed at the College, King’s Road, Reading
The Private Press Movement An address given by Charles Pickering to the Manchester Society of Book Collectors, produced by 1st year full-time students at Maidstone College of Art, 1964-5, 1965-6
35 Illustrated Proverbs Created by Oakwood Park Press, an educational vehicle for students on the Illustration Pathway of the BA (Hons) Communication Media course, Kent Institute of Art & Design, 1990
At the sign of the Red Pale A short account of the life & work of the 15th century printer William Caxton, by H W Larken. Produced by students in the School of Printing, Maidstone College of Art, 1961
Republique Francais Emmanuelle Waeckerle’s book deconstructs the poster campaigns of 2007 French presidential election, attempting to reveal what lies behind the semiotic construction of the message.
Rochester: A Descriptive & Illustrated Guide to the Ancient City Produced and illustrated with lino-cuts by students of the junior art department of the Medway School of Art & Crafts, Rochester, 1937
Skeleton  
Shima Kara Shima E From Island to Island A collaboration between Ashley Howard and Risa Ohgi
Jungle Fever  
Simple Pleasures  
Special Collections Guide The University for the Creative Arts Special Collections Guide
Stellata  
Stories by David Rule  
From the Stork's Beak to Benton's Punchcutter A history of the pantograph, and its application and evolution over the centuries. Designed and produced at Maidstone College of Art, 1962-63
Stromness to Stornoway An account, by Emmanuelle Waeckerle, of a sailing voyage from Stromness to Stornoway, containing texts, drawings and photographs, 2010
The Stout Gentleman This short story comes from Washington Irving's book 'Bracebridge Hall', published in 1822, and was printed, formatted and arranged by Corinne Edwards, Maidstone School of Art, 1947
Sunday Bloody Sunday Based on headlines from tabloid newspapers the book was created by BA (Hons) Illustration students on the Communication Media Course, KIAD, Maidstone College, 1991
Seven Years  
Tale x 2  
Texture  
Visibility Matters Talking Transgender Developed to raise awareness, to create understanding and to encourage discussion.
Two Inadequate Descriptive Systems after Martha Rolser A work by Pedro Vicente referencing the American artsist's seminal work 'The Bowery in two inadequate descriptive systems'.
Do you know Ubuntu? An ongoing project by Annie Mitchell, presented here in book form, documenting a community HIV/AIDs and TB clinic in the Masoyi tribal area of north east South Africa, 2007
Up  
The Merchant of Venice An edition with full stage notes, based on the 1st & 2nd quartos and the 1st folio published in 1623, produced by students at Medway School of Art & Crafts, Rochester, 1947
Nine Verses Nine well-known poems, composed and illustrated with lino-cuts by students at Medway College of Art, 1956
Vox 3 The 3rd issue of Vox, a Magazine of Speech, Poetry and Drama from Schools & Colleges in Kent, designed by Maidstone College of Art School of Printing, 1963
A letter sent to the Honourable William Lenthal First published in 1648, concerning Fairfax’s fight at Maidstone during the English Civil War. Privately printed at the Maidstone College of Art, 1959
Wrotham Pottery A monograph about this 17th century slipware, the first of its kind in England. Written and illustrated by Anne Thurlow, and designed and printed at the Maidstone College of Art, 1952